The Best Places To Travel To In 2019

The Best Places To Travel To In 2019, Rick GarsonAs we get ready to wrap up the 2018 year, individuals all around the world are beginning to think about vacations or trips they may want to take in the new year. With so many destinations around the world, it can be difficult to determine exactly where to go this year. With that in mind, let’s examine some of the most recommended locations.

Queensland, Australia
With warm weather and sandy beaches, Queensland, Australia is a perfect destination for those looking to lay by the ocean. Queensland is an especially great destination for those who want to get an abundance of sunshine, as the city averages nearly 300 days of sun each year. Additionally, Queensland features countless activities that explore the beauty of the area, including scuba diving and snorkeling.

Matera, Italy
Italy continues to be an incredibly popular destination, and Matera, Italy has helped the country continue to prosper as a popular destination. The city honors its classic design after undergoing a revamp not too long ago. Matera contains a variety of delicious restaurants and new, modernized hotels that will please even the toughest critics.

Canterbury Region, New Zealand
With beautiful scenery and the opportunity to explore mother nature, Canterbury Region, New Zealand is a great option to travel to in 2019. The area features breathtaking views of the mountains, making this area a perfect spot for anyone. Additionally, the area hosts the GODZone races, which takes place across the South Island’s alps-to-ocean Canterbury region. The race includes mountain biking, climbing, and kayaking, making it a great event to watch.

Greenland
Greenland continues to be one of the world’s most breathtaking countries, with endless rolling hills and incredible views from every angle. Visitors can participate in a variety of high-intensity sports, which include heli-skiing and sea kayaking. For those who want to do something exciting without the intensity, they can go dogsledding to see the island in its entirety.